Research

Publications

“Affluence and Congruence: Unequal Representation Around the World” (with Noam Lupu). Forthcoming at the Journal of Politics.
       [paper]
       [appendix]
       [replication archive]
       [Washington Post coverage]

“Why Are the Affluent Better Represented Around the World?” (with Noam Lupu). Forthcoming at the European Journal of Political Research.
       [paper]
       [appendix]
       [replication archive]

“Hidden in Plain Sight? Irregularities on Statutory Forms and Electoral Fraud” (with Christian Arnold, Michelle Brown, and J. Andrew Harris). 2021. Electoral Studies 74: 102411.
       [paper]
       [appendix]
       [replication archive]

“How to Get Better Survey Data More Efficiently” (with Mollie J. Cohen). 2021. Political Analysis 29 (2): 121-138.
       [paper]
       [appendix]
       [worksheet]
       [replication archive]

“A New Measure of Congruence: The Earth Mover’s Distance” (with Noam Lupu and Lucía Selios). 2017. Political Analysis 25 (1): 95-113.
       [paper]
       [replication archive]

“Mass-Elite Congruence and Representation in Argentina” (with Noam Lupu), in Malaise in Representation in Latin American Countries: Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, eds. Alfredo Joignant, Mauricio Morales, and Claudio Fuentes. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 281-302 (2017).
       [paper]
       [appendix]
       [replication archive]

Research in progress

Divide to Rule: Coalition Bargaining and the Architecture of Government (book manuscript).

“Conscription Systems, Political Survival, and Battlefield Deaths” (with Douglas B. Atkinson, Kevin Fahey, and René Lindstädt). Revise and resubmit at the American Political Science Review.
       [current draft]
       [appendix]

“Conditional Relationships in Dynamic Models.” Under review.
       [current draft]
       [appendix]

“Divide to Rule: Deconcentration and Coalition Bargaining.” Under review.
       [current draft]
       [appendix]

“Perceptions of Uncertainty” (with Michael DeCrescenzo and Benjamin Toff). Two experiments fielded, and another experiment in nationally-representative survey to be fielded in 2022.

“What They Say, or How They Say It? Content and Affect in Election Observation Reports” (with J. Andrew Harris, Waleed Hashmi, and Ethan Fulton).

“simic: Simulating and Measuring Ideological Congruence” (with Kevin Fahey and René Lindstädt). R package in beta testing.